This is a special invitation for you and your friends who may be interested with the topic on Coming Out vs Gay Men. Please RSVP by/before Friday (17 June 2011).
Coming Out Part 2:
Venue: Albion KL, No. 30, Jalan Berangan
Date: 18 June 2011 (Saturday)
Time: 3.00pm – 6.00pm
WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND
What is coming out? Coming out is a term that is used to describe how someone tells other people of his or her sexual orientation or gender identity. For many people, the decision of whether to come out or not is a difficult one. Should I come out or should I stay in the closet? Who do I come out to? What are the consequences of coming out? What are the things I should know in deciding whether to come out or not?
Our topic on coming out is divided into two sessions. In Session Two on 18th June, we will discuss the different stages of coming out and the keys in which people came out.
JOSEPH GOH joined PT Foundation in mid-2010 and currently serves as the Programme Manager for Voluntary Counselling and Testing. Prior to this he had a long career in church ministry, wherein he detected injustices and discrimination against LGBTQ people. This experience prompted him to rethink his own identity and life purpose. Joseph now makes it his life mission to celebrate the person that he is and to empower those who do not conform to heteronormative expectations of Malaysian society. Joseph holds two degrees in theology and is a continuing student in queer studies.
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A volunteer based community service providing free, anonymous and confidential telephone counselling, information & referral services and support groups for gay men, bisexual and transgender persons (GBT) throughout Malaysia on sexuality and life issues.